Mozambique claws back wildlife losses

Campaign launched to repopulate country's national parks with giraffes, zebras and other animals.

    Mozambique was once a top tourist destination.

    After a bloody civil war that ended in 1992, however, more than a million people were killed and the country's wildlife was decimated.

    Now, a campaign has been launched to repopulate its national parks with a variety of animals, including giraffes and zebras.

    Al Jazeera’s Tania Page reports from Maputo Special Reserve in Mozambique.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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